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Phonic mm1002 I have a laptop that i want to connect to a Phonic MM 1002a Mixer to a Peavy M - 2600 Mark V series sterio power amp (amp has 1/4" outlets out of the back of unit) what cables do i need to set this up please?

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You need a 3.5mm stereo jack to twin 1/4" jack plugs. That will get audio from your laptop to the mixer. Then, being Peavey, probably a pair or jack to jack 1/4" screened leads for signal from mixer to amp. Then loudspeaker leads to suit your amp and speakers.

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you should have two or more jack plug sockets,//headphones//mic look for symbols next to sockets

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